The 9 Steps to Financial Freedom

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G.K. Hall, 1997 - Business & Economics - 418 pages
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This is the first personal finance book to give us not only the knowledge to handle our money, but the power to break through the barriers that hold us back. Suze Orman helps us master the elements of finances: credit, insurance, and estate and retirement planning.

But in addition to that she helps us realize that we are worth far more than our money. Her program shows us how to leave behind financial anxieties and open ourselves to true abundance -- not only of the pocketbook but also of the heart.

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Orman is well known – a certified financial planner, author of several books on managing wealth, and an Emmy-winning television host. The subtitle of this book is: Practical & Spiritual Steps So You ... Read full review

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The 9 steps to financial freedom by Suze Orman Love the author's advice, have seen her on TV her own show and PBS. She's straight forward knowledge and caring. Although a bit outdated as laws and ... Read full review

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About the author (1997)

Suze Orman was born in Chicago, Illinois on June 5, 1951. She received a B.A. in social work from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1976. Before starting her own financial planning firm, she was an account executive at Merrill Lynch and a vice-president of investments for Prudential-Bache Securities. She is a columnist for Self magazine, a contributing editor to O: The Oprah Magazine, and hosts The Suze Orman Show. She has written several financial books including The 9 Steps to Financial Freedom: Practical and Spiritual Steps So You Can Stop Worrying, You've Earned It, Don't Lose It: Mistakes You Can't Afford to Make When You Retire, and Suze Orman's 2009 Action Plan. She received the National Equality Award from the Human Rights Campaign and the Amelia Earhart Award for her message of financial empowerment for women in 2008.

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